Nurses provide care for individuals living with diabetes in a variety of areas.
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Abstract Background There is increasing recognition that chronic illness management CIM is not just an individual but a collective process where social networks can potentially make a considerable contribution to improving health outcomes for people with chronic illness.
However, the mechanisms processes, activities taking place within social networks are insufficiently understood. The aim of this review was to focus on identifying the mechanisms linking social networks with CIM. Here we consider network mechanisms as located within a broader social context that shapes practices, behaviours, and the multiplicity of functions and roles that network members fulfil.
Methods A systematic search of Metasynthesis on diabetes studies was undertaken on Medline, Embase, and Web for papers published between 1st January and 1st December Eligible for inclusion were studies dealing with diabetes, and with conditions or health behaviours relevant for diabetes management; and studies exploring the relationship between social networks, self-management, and deprivation.
A qualitative metasynthesis was undertaken and the review followed a line of argument synthesis. Results The main themes identified were: These translated into line of argument synthesis in which three network mechanisms were identified.
These were network navigation identifying and connecting with relevant existing resources in a networknegotiation within networks re-shaping relationships, roles, expectations, means of engagement and communication between network membersand collective efficacy developing a shared perception and capacity to successfully perform behaviour through shared effort, beliefs, influence, perseverance, and objectives.
These network mechanisms bring to the fore the close interdependence between social and psychological processes in CIM, and the intertwining of practical and moral dilemmas in identifying, offering, accepting, and rejecting support.
Conclusions CIM policy and interventions could be extended towards: Social network, Self-management, Chronic illness, Network mechanisms, Metasynthesis Background Whilst approaches to long-term condition self-management support tend to emphasise changing individual behaviour and improving self-efficacy there is also increasing recognition that self-management SM is a collective process, undertaken within social networks and personal communities that requires the mobilisation social resources [ 1 - 3 ].
The literature on the experience of chronic illness consistently points to how people may withdraw from broader social activities and commitments in order to boost or maintain the viability of key domestic relationships.
This necessitates shifts overtime in the manner in which people interact with others, leads to changes in contexts, and to renegotiating roles and identities in relations with significant others [ 4 - 6 ].
Extending SM to incorporate social network involvement holds out considerable promise for improving outcomes for people with long-term conditions LTCs. For example there are some suggestions that large, dispersed networks provide access to wider resources [ 12 ] and thus potentially act in a positive way for health outcomes through providing access to information [ 13 - 15 ].
Smaller, closed networks may bring benefits through higher frequency interactions and a strong sense of interpersonal obligation. However, evidence for the relationship between social networks and SM remains underspecified as do the practices, mechanisms and resources through which social networks may work in providing support [ 31016 ].
The aim of this review was to focus on identifying the mechanisms linking social networks with chronic illness management CIM. Mechanisms here are understood as the processes and activities taking place within social networks that shape the multiplicity of functions and roles related to CIM that network members fulfil.
Here we consider the internal social network mechanisms as located within the broader context of individual and collective chronic illness related practices and behaviours, and with a view to informing the development of policy and interventions.
Type 2 diabetes is an exemplar chronic condition of high incidence and growing prevalence, often co-existing with other multi-morbidities necessitating the adopting and continuation of SM practices.We identified 38 relevant nbsp; The experiences of prepregnancy care for women with type 2 diabetes Methods: A systematic literature review with meta-synthesis was the uptake of PPC is limited in women with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).
Diabetes is a disease with no specific cure and a de-manding self-management regimen [4, 5].
It is a progres-sive condition that requires continuous management as well as patient and provider collaboration in order to avoid both short-term and long-term life-threatening.
OUR PHILOSOPHY. The philosophy of CASP has always been about sharing knowledge and understanding, working in ways that are non-hierarchical, multidisciplinary and . Self-care management strategies among individuals living with type 2 diabetes mellitus: nursing interventions Caralise W HuntAuburn University School of Nursing, Auburn, AL, USAAbstract: Nurses provide care for individuals living with diabetes in a variety of areas.
Nursing interventions assist individuals living with diabetes to manage diabetes and . A metasynthesis of factors affecting self-management of chronic illness.
Authors. Dena Schulman-Green PhD, and barriers to self-management described by adults living with chronic illness by conducting a qualitative metasynthesis. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Grant Number: K23 NK Similarly, the relationship between diabetes and relationships with professionals and family were variable, with relationships serving as both a buffer of the effects of diabetes and potentially as a cause of further difficulties for patients.